GYWH.com

Welcome to GYWH.com...

the personal web site of Thomas James (Jimmy) Allen.

I design and code web sites for a living. I am an independent contractor with my own company, GetYourWebsiteHere.com.
I usually subcontract through IIr Associates Inc., and specialize in websites for small to medium-sized engineering firms.

My interests range beyond the internet, and in fifty-some years I’ve done and been lots of things, including Philosophy teacher at UC Santa Barbara and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Kinko’s manager and co-worker, science student, chess player, photographer, poet and beachcomber. I’ve earned my bachelors (UVa ’83) and masters (UCSB ’89) degrees in Philosophy, been an antiques and collectibles dealer, eBayer, slot car collector, woodworker, paperboy, and plenty more things that you won’t see on my resume.

A good way to find things at GYWH.com is to view my website’s A to Z List.

Recently posted content:
Apr 11, 2016Simple Little Javascript Timer
 

A little test of some ideas regarding the javascript Date object.

Apr 10, 2016Dates and Times in Javascript
 

Handling dates and times in javascript.

Mar 24, 2016Random Racetracks
 

Using the Random Roadways script to build Random Racetracks.

Mar 22, 2016Road Mazes
 

Using the Random Roadways script to make mazes.

Mar 22, 2016Random Roadways
 

I adapted the Fittings script to draw random Roadways.

Mar 22, 2016Comparing the Reflective and Rotational Symmetry Loopers
 

Side-by-side comparison of two kinds of symmetry.

Mar 21, 2016Rotational Symmetry Looper - How It Works
 

Here is some information about how the Rotational Symmetry Looper works.

Mar 21, 2016Rotational Symmetry Looper - Four Color
 

Draws four canvases with rotational symmetry, in four colors, continuously. From 2016.

Mar 21, 2016Rotational Symmetry Looper - Black and White
 

Draws four canvases with rotational symmetry, in black, white, or gray, continuously. From 2016.

Mar 21, 2016Rotational Symmetry Looper - Same Color
 

Draws four canvases with rotational symmetry, in one color, continuously. From 2016.

Mar 21, 2016The Randomly Curved Line
 

This randomly-curved line is the basis for many of my random art programs.

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